62 Negative feedback in the past month? I wish people wouldn't keep linking to eBay sellers.Ebay has some pretty great buyer protections (Its why people don't like selling on it here). If you receive it and Theres a problem it's pretty much gaurenteed ebay will help you return it/ get your money back. I'd buy it and enjoy! Using a refurbished 12.9 from Apple in January and it's perfect.
I didn't read the reviews, but after doing so I'd probably avoid it too. I've gotten some great items on eBay though, and if you just blindly avoid it you can lose a good chunk of money.62 Negative feedback in the past month? I wish people wouldn't keep linking to eBay sellers.
With those negative reviews, though, there are 1671 positive reviews. Additionally, if you read the reviews for this item specifically, they are very positive and all say the condition was perfect.62 Negative feedback in the past month? I wish people wouldn't keep linking to eBay sellers.
I bought a carrier refurbished iPad Pro 9.7" from this same seller for $380 (I think they sold out about a week ago). I received it on Thursday and haven't had any issues yet. The only concern I had was the iPad arrived with a completely depleted battery. Like it took an hour for it to turn on. But I checked a battery app and it says capacity is still at 100%. So no complaints so far.
Same. I saved $300 on iPad Pro and Keyboard vs buying new. and like I said above only spent $50 more than the new iPad (plus the $80 I spent on the keyboard). Now having the smart keyboard, I'm especially glad I went this route. It adds a whole other dimension to the experience.
Yeah I think it's a good deal, but I'd prefer cellular + at least 128GB. People who nitpick on eBay seller ratings seem to imagine that 100% of several thousand buyers will somehow magically be perfectly satisfied with their device.
This is nonsense - just look at the thread where someone swapped 4 iPads just because of some screen alignment issue. With a large enough customer base, there's always going to be nitpickers who are dissatisfied. Not even Apple's own excellent satisfaction policy is enough for some people.